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switch from JEE from J2Me

 
Victor Santos
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Hi all !
I�m a bit disappointed with JEE (with respect with the maketing and a lot of other things) and now I want to stop studing this .
When I was stating studing java I was very excited with J2ME , but JEE has a lot more materials to study so I decided to take certifications on it . Dumb decision .
Now I will follow my heart and go for the direction that I was allways looking for .
Could you please give me your opinion about my decision ? I would love start studing for SCMAD !
Thank you , Victor
 
Victor Santos
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Sorry !
the original subject is: "Switch from JEE to J2ME"
 
Dibbo Khan
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J2EE or JEE is becoming much simpler and more fun with JSF and EJB 3.0. Server Side Java is actually quite cool and becoming less tedious.

This all depends on how ambitious you are, the big money is still in JEE and not J2ME, J2ME is still a ways off in terms of market penetration and in my opinion will only figure peripherally in Corporate and especially financial IT environments.
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Victor Santos:
Sorry !
the original subject is: "Switch from JEE to J2ME"


Victor, I would give you the same suggestion that I gave to Liton in this thread. Please take a look at that to get some ideas. Hope it helps...
 
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